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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... chaos comes to paradise for three days. God Bless America for on
these days He’s obviously gone on holidays too; but somewhere else. (Now, now
We’ve still got nearly four weeks to go and much to look forward to. Our holiday has been filled with so much striking scenery; contact with wildlife; kayaking and hiking and
interesting things we haven’t yet started ...
Cynthia had arranged to go Kayaking just north of Monterey.
Moss Landing at Elkorn Slough
but with Katie's leg she couldn't go. Anne thought that Katie and I would stay home, and she pressured Grant to be her Kayak partner. In the end we all went - Katie and I deciding we would do something else in the area while they were in the water. Grant bravely agreed to kayak with Anne.
Monterey Bay Aquarium day! Woohoo! And, really the title of this entry says it all. I was so very excited to be here and even more excited that I got a two day ticket for the price of one thanks to a promo that the aquarium has with some of the local hotels.
After a relaxing start to the morning (despite the clouds above looking like they have been seasoned in saffron), with a visit to the East Village Coffee Lounge, I make my way to a place that I have been itching to go ...
Hello from Moss Landing Yacht Club.
We had a nice sail down from Santa Cruz. The wind and waves were sorta like the porridge in the story "Goldilocks." Just right. The time and distances to get from there to here was also just right. It was fifteen miles and about three hours. What a treat!
The Elkhorn Yacht Club moorage was also just right. Free. Once again our yacht club membership paid off with two nights ...
... so obviously enjoying it, as he was having trouble with his mask and fins, so we were delighted when at the end of their 30mins they both came out beaming - and proudly filled in their log books. Puffins and penguins before back to the hotel pool (the boys found the sea too cold this far North) and then dinner in Monterey on the waterfront, with seals and sea otters in view on the water. A better night's sleep for two tired ...